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It’s essential to have a reliable backend for your applications to run smoothly. However, selecting the best technology stack to meet this requirement is a difficult task. You’ll need tools to build and scale data management, APIs, and less-user-facing code. For several companies, NodeJS was the platform of choice for backend development. Today, this situation has altered, with major corporations such as Uber shifting to Google’s Golang programming language.
Golang has garnered a lot of popularity in the backend development world since its debut in 2009. On the other hand, NodeJS, which was developed at the same time, has found popularity among programmers due to its cross-platform capabilities. With all of this in mind, how can you choose and select the one that best suits your specific business requirements?
This podcast will compare Golang with NodeJS to answer this topic in-depth and assist you in making the best decision for your forthcoming 2022 projects.
Companies and Apps Using Node.Js
The following is a list of companies and applications that actively use Node.js on their servers.
Companies and Apps Using Golang
The following is a list of companies and applications that actively use Golang on their servers:
It’s difficult to say which technology is superior based on the analysis above. We’ve made an effort to provide you with insights about which technology will best suit your project or align with your company’s culture and processes.
It actually relies on your background when it comes to determining which tool is best.
In any case, Go and Node.js adds significant value to your skillset and allows you to advance in your job.
Hopefully, this article has given you some direction in deciding between Golang and Node.js.
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